Joe Abramsky -
April 13, 2005 Subject:
What a night!
I was at this show. Robert had made his way down from NYC to DC in grand style. The show was in a tiny bar in the heart of Washington. We were front row center. So the sound from where I was standing was awesome. Just an all around great show pre 9/11. I say that because I think his style changed a little just after. The Voodoo was at my request, and it was worth the ticket price.
After the show the boys were hangging outside talking and bullshiting with all of us, it was great. There were probably 50 people at the show total.
August 28, 2003 Subject:
I DL'ed this show specifically for the Voodoo Chile and was mildly pleased. I was expecting some Danyel vocals here but it's instrumental - which isn't bad, just not what I thought it could be.
As far as sound quality, not bad but not great. Danyel's bass is a little distant, but the organs come out a lot better than many recordings I've heard where you have to strain to hear them. There *may* be a few errors (dropouts) on "I don't know what you come to do" but I was listening on my headphones at work so maybe a process bogged me down a hair.